We could all use more money and one of the best ways to get more money is to ask for a raise. But it’s a little more complicated than marching into the boss’s office and demanding one. We’ll show you how to get a raise at work.
Last week we spoke about the future of work when automation wipes out 47% of American jobs. That episode begs the question, will universal basic income be part of our future?
We are a podcast about money but even we believe there is something more valuable than money and that thing is knowledge. Knowledge is power: why knowledge is more valuable than money.
Maybe you are rich. Maybe you are poor. Maybe you have experienced being both at some point in your life. If you haven’t figured it out yet, being rich isn’t all about money. It’s about well-being, abundance, having time, success, and mindset. There are definitely social issues that contribute to poverty, however, rich vs poor mindsets and habits can also drive wealth and success.
The prospect of spending decades paying off student loan debt has made many people wary of college. Even if money isn’t an issue, college isn’t for everyone but a good job is. We found well-paid jobs without a degree.
We discuss why you should stop thinking about money in terms of being rich and instead think about ways it can grant you freedom. USA USA!
It can seem more prestigious to be in a salaried position, maybe more because of what it used to mean that because of what it means now. It used to mean white collar, benefits, an office. Some salaried positions still offer those things but they’re not automatic. In a battle of hourly vs salary, which prevails?
The goal of negotiating is to take control of opportunities and tip them in your favor.
Looking for a job can be a full time job itself. Today we interview Adrian Larssen to learn how to take control of the job hunt process.
When it comes to getting a raise, most of us could do better. Today we talk fearless salary negotiation tips with Josh Doody.
Robots are going to take our jobs. Things are changing faster now than even during the industrial revolution. We have to start planning now because the future of work is changing rapidly.
The worst has happened. Whether their fault, your fault or nobodies fault, you lost your job. We don’t want to make a bad situation even worse by making big financial mistakes. This is what to do after a job loss so you can stay or get back on your feet quickly.
After years of experience being on both ends of the hiring process, Mark Fiebert gives us some great tips how to land a job.
Everyone says it’s important to do what you love. But is it realistic? And would you even really want to do what you love doing for fun for a living?
With the cost of college growing ever more expensive, more and more people are choosing to forego a degree and all of the debt that comes with it. I’ll explain why I didn’t go to college and if I have any regrets over my decision.
Are you being paid what you’re worth? How can you find out what you’re worth? None of us deserve to be undervalued so we will tell you how to know your worth with Adrian Granzella Larssen.
Hiring managers are inundated with resumes. Doing in-person interviews takes a lot of time so many managers use phone interviews as a way to narrow down candidates. If you are facing that first hurdle, we have 9 phone interview questions and tips to get your foot in the door.
On a list of biggest fears, public speaking is #2, death is #6. So we’d rather be dead than give the eulogy. Michael Port will help us overcome our fear.
“Find your passion” has become a hackneyed cliche but there is some merit in doing so, we just have to think of a less “Oprah” way of phrasing it.